(Video) South Africa three down after conceding mammoth lead

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Aryan Surana

Henry Nicholls compiled his eighth Test century, Tom Blundell fell six shy of his third ton and Matt Henry continued to make merry, becoming the first No. 11 to score a fifty after taking a seven-for, as New Zealand reinforced their supremacy in the opening Test at Hagley Oval. Their collective efforts left South Africa with a mountain to climb. New Zealand extended their lead to over 387 on a surface that is still fresh and continues to offer plenty of bounce and swing through the air. To compound worries, South Africa have lost three wickets to end Day 2 at 34/3.